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Old 05-10-2013, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Whead View Post
The model number on the back of the dryer is DV419AEW/XAA. It was bought at Lowes. The thermosistor did have about 10 ohms of resistance. I completely removed the element and visually checked it. I also check continuity and the meter was set on the 2000k setting and it went to 0. As I also said I checked the voltage at the element itself when it was running and it showed 240 volts.
Whead, Recheck the wires to the element. from each wire to chassis ground there should be 120 VAC, re attach the wires to the element and recheck for 240 VAC across the wires. If the voltages are correct, then the heater element is at fault.

Part number: AP4201899

Part number: AP4201899


It may have a resistance reading, but it can't "carry" the load (voltage).
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